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Tuesday, February 24, 2004
I've heard way to much about Mel Gibson's "The Passion of the Christ" but I'm going to add another story to the growing number in the media. It's not like Mel needs any more help getting people to hear about his new movie, it's all over the place.
Bill O'Reilly has seen the movie and he says that there is nothing wrong with it at all except for the violence, which he thought was a little much. Here is the full story.
O'Reilly says that it stays pretty much to the Bible, except for a couple details and that people shouldn't be alarmed. O'Reilly makes a good point as it's quoted here, "People who hate Jews don't need a movie to fuel their neurosis. Haters will find a way."
Of course with all the talk about the movie, good or bad, we'll all just have to watch the movie and decide for ourselves. If Bill O'Reilly thinks it's OK, it must not be that bad.
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